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Old 01-10-2003, 07:15 PM   #1
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I'm in, I'll do the squeaky door and scream one. Have to think of a good theme first....
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Cool stuff.

Remember, I only require you to be Normal for modeling/texturing challenges. You know your strengths in regard to animation better than I do at this point, so if you feel the need, you can be a Newbie still for this challenge.

Up to you.

Looking forward to it!
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I know, but I started the previous two challenges knowing nothing much either yet I managed to learn lots and surprise myself, so maybe I'll surprise myself again?
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Good luck. Welcome to the challenge.
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Ok, I might have to take my word back.... I just got back from a week in Vancouver and started animating my little cat, and OY!
It's DIFFICULT! I now have a cat that sits like a dog and random problems appearing every ten minutes and I have no clue what to do.... Can I put myself back in Noobie now?
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Alright, this animation thing is much more difficult than it appeared to be, I need to get some more help and books on this before I can move any further. I need to back out from this one. Good luck for the rest of you guys, those were really impressive work!

But maybe I can use my black kittie for the Halloween....
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